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Astronomers Find Evidence Of Most Powerful Pulsar In Distant Galaxy

Astronomers Find Evidence Of Most Powerful Pulsar In Distant Galaxy

Asian News International | Tuesday June 21, 2022, Washington

Astronomers using data from the VLA Sky Survey have discovered one of the youngest known neutron stars possibly as young as only 14 years.

Scientists Find Fossil Of Prehistoric Bear-Dog That Lived In France 12 Million Years Ago

Scientists Find Fossil Of Prehistoric Bear-Dog That Lived In France 12 Million Years Ago

Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Monday June 20, 2022

Scientists said the jawbone they found had a unique lower premolar, suggesting it belonged to a genus of the predator species never seen before.

Scientists Discover Tsunami-Like 'Starquakes' In Milky Way

Scientists Discover Tsunami-Like 'Starquakes' In Milky Way

Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Tuesday June 14, 2022

The new observations will allow astronomers to reconstruct our galaxy's structure and find out how it has evolved over billions of years.

Mars Crater Resembling "Eye Of Sahara" Possibly Carried Water, Says Agency

Mars Crater Resembling "Eye Of Sahara" Possibly Carried Water, Says Agency

Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Monday June 13, 2022

The crater's image also shows several colours on the surface, which according to European Space Agency (ESA), suggests that this region of Mars is made up of a variety of materials.

Researchers Discover "Abnormal" Dinosaur Egg In Madhya Pradesh. It Offers New Insights

Researchers Discover "Abnormal" Dinosaur Egg In Madhya Pradesh. It Offers New Insights

Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Monday June 13, 2022

Researchers found 52 nests of titanosaurs near the national park in which one of the nests contained 10 eggs. One of these eggs was "abnormal".

10 Points On Dostarlimab, The Drug That 'Cured' Cancer During Trials

10 Points On Dostarlimab, The Drug That 'Cured' Cancer During Trials

Edited by NDTV News Desk | Wednesday June 08, 2022

A study has found that a drug named Dostarlimab has helped treat rectal cancer. This has been described as a "first time in history"kind of result in cancer treatment with the disease simply vanishing in patients after the experimental treatment.

Cancer Disappears From Every Patient's Body In Drug Trial In US: Report

Cancer Disappears From Every Patient's Body In Drug Trial In US: Report

Press Trust of India | Wednesday June 08, 2022, New Delhi

A group of 12 rectal cancer patients showed no signs of a tumour after taking an antibody drug for six months, according to a surprise finding from an ongoing medical trial in the US that experts termed optimistic.

AI Programme Creates Own Language, Researchers Baffled

AI Programme Creates Own Language, Researchers Baffled

Edited by Raag Mathur Ramdev | Tuesday June 07, 2022

An artificial intelligence (AI) program has learnt to use its own language that is baffling programmers. DALL-E2 is OpenAIs newest AI system is meant to develop realistic and artistic images from text entered by users.

5 Planets Lined Up In Rare Planetary Parade To Be Visible This Month

5 Planets Lined Up In Rare Planetary Parade To Be Visible This Month

Edited by NDTV News Desk | Saturday June 04, 2022

A rare celestial event close to the Earth has been set in motion this month, June, offering a chance to see the five planets visible to the naked eye across the pre-dawn sky.

Sputnik V Vaccine Offers Strong Protection Against Omicron: Study

Sputnik V Vaccine Offers Strong Protection Against Omicron: Study

Asian News International | Wednesday May 25, 2022, Moscow

Gamaleya National Research Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology on Wednesday said that Sputnik V demonstrated strong protection against Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Did NASA Just Find A Mysterious Doorway On Mars? All You Need To Know

Did NASA Just Find A Mysterious Doorway On Mars? All You Need To Know

The Conversation | Wednesday May 25, 2022, Sydney

For the past ten years, NASAs Curiosity rover has been trundling around the surface of Mars, taking photos in its quest to understand the history and geology of the red planet and perhaps even find signs of life.

"Something Weird" Going On In Universe: NASA Over Hubble Telescope Data

"Something Weird" Going On In Universe: NASA Over Hubble Telescope Data

Edited by NDTV News Desk | Friday May 20, 2022

The study of the expansion of the universe began in 1920 with measurements by astronomers Edwin P Hubble and Georges Lemaitre.

How The 1st Image Of The Supermassive Black Hole At Milky Way's Centre Was Captured

How The 1st Image Of The Supermassive Black Hole At Milky Way's Centre Was Captured

The Conversation | Saturday May 14, 2022, Preston, UK

Black holes are among the most profound predictions of Einstein's theory of general relativity. They were originally studied as a mere mathematical consequence of the theory rather than as physically relevant objects.

How To Grow Plants On The Moon - What A New Study Reveals

How To Grow Plants On The Moon - What A New Study Reveals

The Conversation | Friday May 13, 2022, London

What do you need to make your garden grow? Imagine you had no rich soil, or showers of rain, or bees and butterflies. And the sunshine was either too harsh and direct or absent causing freezing temperatures.

Now AI Bots Can Speak For You After Your Death. But Is That Ethical?

Now AI Bots Can Speak For You After Your Death. But Is That Ethical?

The Conversation | Friday May 13, 2022

Machine-learning systems are increasingly worming their way through our everyday lives, challenging our moral and social values and the rules that govern them.